I Should Be Burnt Out By Now... So How Come I'm Not?

Book Name : I Should Be Burnt Out By Now... So How Come I'm Not?_x000D_
How You Can Survive and Thrive in Today's Uncertain World

By by Peg Neuhauser, Ray Bender, Kirk Stromberg

Sub Title : How You Can Survive and Thrive in Today's Uncertain World

Written by : by Peg Neuhauser, Ray Bender, Kirk Stromberg

Subject Category : Academic Business

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"An uplifting ready for anyone with a hectic and stressful life, which is, let's face it, all of us." — Neil Bradford, Managing Director, Forrester North America There has been a great deal of talk during the past two decades about the serious problem of stress and burnout. Most of the discussion focuses on the pessimistic side of the story. The underlying assumption is that we are in a fierce struggle, one that we frequently lose. Burnout is presented as almost inevitable, and solutions focusing on recovery are offered. But there is another, more optimistic side to the story. What about the people who endure tough times with courage and grace, or bounce back from crises with renewed energy when logic tells you the situation should have left them depleted and discouraged? For all the talk about burnout, the fact is that the majority of people spend most of their lives coping amazingly well. Being good at not burning out is a skill more than a genetic personality trait. Just like any skill, you have to work at it. You can learn to manage your behaviour and your thinking, but it takes discipline and practice to do it. There are thousands of success stories every day about people who continue to survive and make the best of tough times. So how do they do it? What are the real stories of how individuals survive and thrive during uncertain and difficult times? And what is their advice on preventing burnout? This book answers these questions. Wiley; March 2008 ISBN 9780470157510 Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format Title: I Should Be Burnt Out By Now... So How Come I'm Not? Author: Peg Neuhauser; Ray Bender; Kirk Stromberg Imprint: Wiley Subject categories Academic Business > Accounting Economics > Commerce Psychology > Consciousness. Cognition Psychology & Psychiatry > Industrial & Organizational Psychology Psychology > Industrial psychology Philosophy > Philosophical logic Political Science > Local government. Municipal government > Philosophy. Relation to other topics Professions and Applied Sciences Business > Small Business Social Sciences Self-Help > Stress Management Business and Commerce > Business > Vocational guidance. Career devlopment Health & Fitness > Work-Related Health ISBNs 0470157518 9780470833858 9780470157510 9780470675267 About The Author Peg Neuhauser is a speaker, consultant and author specializing in the areas of conflict management, organizational culture, and avoiding burnout. Her company, PCN Associates, works with clients in many industries, including health care, high-tech, and finance, as well as many non-profit organizations. She is the author of three other books, Culture.com, Tribal Warfare in Organizations and Corporate Legends and Lore. Ray Bender, Ph.D. is a speaker, consultant and author who specializes in advising CIOs and other senior executives on the management aspects of information technology. Dr. Bender is also a lecturer in the Management Department at Texas State University and Research Advisor for the CIO Group of Forrester Research. He was previously Vice President for Gartner Group’s North American IT Executive Program, and was a Consulting Instructor at IBM’s Advanced Business Institute. He is co-author of Culture.com. Kirk L. Stromberg is the managing partner of the StarCompass Group, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in organizational and individual change. Previously, he was an executive at the senior management level at AARP responsible for strategic planning, several major change initiatives, and management of its research and training operations. He was also a lobbyist at the state and federal levels and an Operations Officer in the clandestine services of the CIA. He is co-author of Culture.com.

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Ray Bender, Ph.D. is a speaker, consultant and author who specializes in advising CIOs and other senior executives on the management aspects of information technology. Dr. Bender is also a lecturer in the Management Department at Texas State University and Research Advisor for the CIO Group of Forrester Research. He was previously Vice President for Gartner Group’s North American IT Executive Program, and was a Consulting Instructor at IBM’s Advanced Business Institute. He is co-author of Culture.com.

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Academic Business - Accounting Economics - Commerce Psychology - Consciousness. Cognition Psychology & Psychiatry - Industrial & Organizational Psychology Psychology - Industrial psychology Philosophy - Philosophical logic Political Science - Local government. Municipal government - Philosophy. Relation to other topics Professions and Applied Sciences Business - Small Business Social Sciences Self-Help - Stress Management Business and Commerce - Business - Vocational guidance. Career devlopment Health & Fitness - Work-Related Health

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0470157518 - 9780470833858 - 9780470157510 - 9780470675267

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Peg Neuhauser is a speaker, consultant and author specializing in the areas of conflict management, organizational culture, and avoiding burnout. Her company, PCN Associates, works with clients in many industries, including health care, high-tech, and finance, as well as many non-profit organizations. She is the author of three other books, Culture.com, Tribal Warfare in Organizations and Corporate Legends and Lore.

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